Difference between revisions of "Group design projects"

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* [[Critical Care for the World]]
 
* [[Critical Care for the World]]
 
* [[Scanning and feedback from chemical structures]]
 
* [[Scanning and feedback from chemical structures]]
 
 
* [[i-Professor]]
 
* [[i-Professor]]
 
Most knowledge-workers (and professional scholars are no exception) have a serious struggle to differentiate routine correspondence from management of the new ideas that make the job interesting. Design an automated personal assistant that filters email, infers rules on the likely response to routine items, and looks for thematic patterns in the rest. This can be used to track research ideas, or even set up new clusters of collaboration. All rules should be customisable by the user, and confirm proposed actions before sending a message that might be harmful. After a little ‘bedding-in’, the customised result might be indistinguishable from a real professor.
 
 
 
* [[Phone programming for children]]
 
* [[Phone programming for children]]

Revision as of 07:50, 10 August 2011

The Cambridge undergraduate programme in computer science includes a strong design theme influenced by Crucible research. Students in their second year undertake an intensive design project working for an external client. A selection of these projects with explicit connection to interdisciplinary research concerns includes: